We asked 92Q listeners to send in their nominations for Baltimore’s Top 30 Under 30 for 2013 and we’ve chosen the best and the brightest young movers and shakers in the area to make the list. Come by daily during the whole month of February for a new member to the Top 30 Under 30 Club. (Listed in no particular order)
12. David Jefferson Jr.
David Jefferson Jr., a proud Baltimorean, grew up in the Park Heights Area; raised by his mother with his other siblings; David knew that he wanted to make a difference in his community, strive to be great, and live out his dreams. David attended Carver Voc Tech high school where is immediately continued his education at Florida A&M University majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance and investments and graduated in 2006.
While currently working as a Business Banking Specialist at Wells Fargo; one of the largest banking institutions, David continues to live out his dreams and desires as an entrepreneur. He currently has a photography company called N-Focus Photography where he specializes in capturing the great moments through photography. This company is owned and operated by David; who pride himself on being sharp and detail oriented. (If you’ve been to any party in the Baltimore area in the last 6 years, you know David!) David’s work ethic separates and allows him to shine brighter than the competition.
David and several of his lifelong friends also have an entertainment company; OVERACHIEVERZ that throws some of the most lavish parties in the DMV. Not only can David assist you in promoting an event, he can also photograph the entire soirée. And don’t forget about the investment side of him; he can also assist you with any of your Investment needs. He’s a well-rounded individual that continues to grow his empire.
In his free time; Davis volunteers for multiple organizations like Habitat for Humanity, Loving Arms, Wells Fargo, Greater Minds, and various Breast Cancer Walks; just to name a few. As an active member of Carver Voc Tech High Alumni Association, David is inspired to start a non-profit business by for bridging the gap between Carver students and HBCU’S. He has also won several awards; being named the 2012 MVP for Wells Fargo for small businesses and was featured in Baltimore Business in May of last year.
David; now 28, is wonderful friend, son, brother, humanitarian, and the list goes on. He exudes strength, courage, and has the ability to take on the business world head on. Davis is the epitome of an up and coming top 30 under 30 in Baltimore!